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    Tammy A

    When greeting a White acquaintance, usually male, I extend my hand for a traditional handshake, but the person will try to appear ‘hip’ and give me what I call ‘the soul-brother handshake.’ I haven’t done that since the 1970’s. This also occurrs with my children. Why is this necessary?

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    Name : Tammy A, Gender : F, Sexual Orientation : Straight, Race : Black/African American, Religion : Christian, Age : 39, City : Houstn, State : TX Country : United States, Occupation : Career Consultant, Education level : 2 Years of College, Social class : Middle class, 
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